UK Newswire Archive
03-12-2004 20:18Fallujah Refugees Tell of Life and Death in the Kill Zone
03-12-2004 19:53In Solidarity with the DAWN (DC Anti-War Network,
http://www.dawndc.net/) call for groups to converge from around the
country and around the world to converge on DC, we call on those who
cannot make the trip to DC to organize local actions in their own
03-12-2004 18:23The BBC (world) has announced that the interview with a supposed rep from DOW Chemicals was a hoax and they have a apologised to Dow ..
03-12-2004 17:51In the short term, if Ukrainian people manage to get rid of censorship, systematic police brutality, corruption and state ordered killings, that in itself will be a victory. But in the long run, something new has been born. Call it “civil society” or “autonomous networks of resistance”, whatever it’s called, it will influence future events and, hopefully set an example to people everywhere
03-12-2004 17:46Would they accept videos of revolutions do you think? worth a try perhaps?
03-12-2004 12:59Police bias at the Oxford animal lab protests and how everyone is a protestor.
03-12-2004 12:03Earlier this year a peat excavation works at Chat Moss near Manchester was Sabotaged. The site where the extraction was taking place was of high ecological value and in the vacinity of a wildlife Site of Scientific Importance. Peat bogs also have great value as Co2 sinks.
03-12-2004 11:49Just received word that Aznar has cancelled his visit to Oxford tonight - so the demo is off, too.
Many apologies for the short notice.
03-12-2004 11:25There is an exciting plan to set up a community media resource centre in Oxford, with heavy involvement from oxford indymedia. The centre would have a broadband network, a video editing station, and a new Oxford-based internet radio station.
A meeting to discuss it is being held at 109 Hurst Street on Saturday 4th December at 6pm. Come and get involved!
03-12-2004 10:54in Liverpool with Colombian student union leader Juan
03-12-2004 10:29Matthews Ndlovu, an activist of one of the APF's community affiliates
(the Phiri Concerned Residents Association) was, on Wednesday this week,
convicted and sentenced on a charge of 'malicious damage to property' in
the Protea North District Magistrate's Court to a fine of R25 000 or 2
years in jail.
03-12-2004 04:21this protest news is slightly out of date but it should get you going. big up all tha true demonstrator!
Saturday 4 December 2004
9.30am – 6pm
St Mary's Church, Somers Town, Eversholt St. London NW1
(Corner of Aldenham St. & Eversholt St. Undergrounds Mornington Crescent & Euston)
Fully wheelchair accessible. Refreshments.
Entrance: institutions £30; high waged £10; waged £3-£5; unwaged £3.
Campaign website (in Norwegian): http://www.killhim.nu/.